Our Faith and Science during the COVID-19 Pandemic

June 2020 Feature Many of us are afraid in the midst of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The pandemic has grown in scale globally. Recovery is months away. It appears that things may not return to pre-COVID norms until a vaccine is found, produced in large quantities...

A Christian View of the COVID-19 Pandemic (Part 2)

May 2020 Feature What are the Lessons for Me as a Christian?  The COVID-19 pandemic is not a sign the world will end soon. It is a reminder that the world is vulnerable and we are not in control.  It is not permanent, and will ultimately give way to the coming of the...

A Christian View of the COVID-19 Pandemic (Part 1)

Is this a Sign of the End of the World? As I write this, more than three billion (one-third of the world’s population) are living under lock down as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread around the world, with more than 450,000 confirmed cases. Nearly 21,000 have...

The Least of These…

March 2020 Feature As a practicing psychologist in Singapore, I have had the privilege of working with Christians in recovery from trauma, adverse childhood experiences, and a wide range of interpersonal challenges for more than two decades. These come, often as a...

Engaging Chinese Rituals: Perspectives & Approaches

February 2020 Feature Many Chinese families observe rituals during Chinese New Year. Christians sometimes wonder whether they should partake in certain rituals, such as offering joss sticks to ancestors or hiring professional Lion dancers, which are believed to bring...

Christian Humanism

January 2020 Feature The Humanist UK website describes a “humanist” as someone who (1) trusts the scientific method when it comes to understanding how the universe works and rejects the idea of the supernatural (and is therefore an atheist or agnostic), (2) makes...